Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration Issues $108K in ALL RISE Payments
Over $36M in ALL RISE Relief Paid as of March 14, 2022
Hagåtña, Guam – The Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration released an additional 106 payments for the ALL RISE Program totaling $108,000 on March 14, 2022. The Department of Revenue and Taxation (DRT) processed 70 paper checks and 36 electronic funds transfers and continues to review and address errors to advance the status of remaining applications.
“We have persevered through many challenges in this pandemic. As much as we have balanced the need to protect the health of our people and economy, ensuring that compassion and relief reaches our community through financial aid, welfare programs, and wellness campaigns has served as a cornerstone of our administration,” said Governor Lou Leon Guerrero. “We encourage people to secure their lives through gainful employment opportunities for youth, seniors, and everyone in between at the Guam Department of Labor and online at dol.guam.gov.”
“The opening of Prugråman Salåppe’ this week builds on our commitment to islandwide care, whether it’s addressing health disparities, business growth, or the ability of every family to succeed,” said Lt. Governor Josh Tenorio. “As of this week, the drive and determination of our local workforce has tallied over 35,800 in ALL RISE payments and more than 8,500 Prugråman Salåppe’ applications received. We all are still in this together, helping each other all the way.”
ALL RISE Payments to date:
Top reasons All RISE Program applicants may not have received payment include:
- Applicant did not have a valid filed and processed 2020 Guam income tax return.
- Applicant made an error on the application to include error in name, social security number, mailing address, direct deposit information, or filing status.